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Brad Muise is the Chief Supply Officer for Shaklee, responsible for global manufacturing, purchasing, logistics, building services, and security.
Previously, Brad was our Vice President of Global Manufacturing Execution for over two years, during which time he developed operationalized a field based Production Services team to improve the reliability and quality of Shaklee products.
He has held overall responsibility for Shaklee distribution operations around the world. Brad came to Shaklee with 30 years of supply chain and production services experience including leadership positions at Clorox, Nestlé, and Farmhouse Foods.
He earned a B. Brad enjoys an active lifestyle doing CrossFit and P90X and is married with two children. Todd Tucker is Shaklee's Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary, and his primary responsibilities include legal affairs, risk management, field administration, product quality assurance, and global regulatory affairs. Todd then had a prominent career with McDonald's Corporation that spanned almost two decades.
As President of Shaklee U. With twenty years of well-rounded experience in direct selling, Heather brings a solid understanding of the sales, marketing, manufacturing and operations functional areas, with a strong, collaborative and relational style of management and leadership. Jim Brooks is a proven leader of research and development with over 30 years of industry experience in the field of nutrition and food science.
Prior to Pharmavite, Jim held a variety of research and development positions at W. Bolthouse Farms, Campbell Soup Company, Nestle, and Abbott Laboratories where he worked on the research and development of infant formula and medical foods. Jim serves as an adjunct professor at Clemson University, and has been a member of numerous Advisory Boards and committees including the expert committees relating to dietary supplements for U.
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Heather Chastain President, Shaklee U. Heather graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Business Administration. Jamie McManus James R. Carol, after tons of research, I have come to the same conclusion as you did.
You put it perfectly! I joined WW two months ago and have lost over 15 pounds…. WW has taught me to portion and make healthy food choices. They have a database full of recipes, and have not once suggested I eat Smart Ones. I think it is more important to clean our bodies of the chemicals and other not so friendly toxins in our food and stick as closely to real food as possible so that while we are trying to lose weight we can also get healthy.
I have been eating organic now for a while and have noticed a world of difference in my health and my weight. Thank you Vani for all of your help. Vani did not say Weight Watchers was evil and trying to kill everyone. She invites consumers to read the ingredient label and investigate. I agree not everyone wants to substitute cheesey comfort food for quinoa salad.
But Vani is a health food advocate and these WW ingredients are simply not Healthy. If you go to the market and look for canned pineapple or applesause you will find just the fruit and real sugar but not the processed bad preservatives. Plenty of receipes on line for kosher cooking.
I am most curious though as to why start with Weight Watchers? I totally agree their prepackaged and frozen food is chemical laden. Weight Watchers needs to address that and improve their ingredients.
But maybe frozen and packaged foods is the only hope someone has to lose the weight and learn fresh cooking in the meantime. The program DOES promote healthy eating and cooking fresh and local.
They also have a vegetarian program. The Leaders are totally motivational and leave you with a feeling that you can lose the weight for good and maintain it for the rest of your life. The leaflets they pass out at each meeting are full of healthy recipes, and fitness tips for getting you through the week until the next meeting. Weighing in at each meeting is so powerful and gets you through the week to the next meeting. Please address these facts in an apology to the program.
I know this is way off topic, but I had a question. I am considering trying out homemade deodorant and saw that most of the recipes I could find had cornstarch or arrowroot.
Then I saw online that arrowroot is supposedly bad, especially for pregnant women. Do you know if arrowroot really is bad? Also, is cornstarch bad? Weight Watchers did NOT cause you to have your gallbladder removed, that is absolutely insane. I had my gallbladder removed as well, I know the pain you speak of. Yeah I know its simply not fashionable to actually eat less and buy less of your sponsors food products but if you actually went on a crusade to teach to eat healthier and eat right sized meals you would stand a chance of actually making a difference in peoples lives.
Teach that person what an actual portion size LOOKS like for all the things they EAT, tech them that they should not diet but rather change their overeating lifestyle to eat right sized meal and it far less than they think.
Teach people to teach themselves to learn about food… Its not so sexy and does not get you sponsor kickbacks quite the same, but if you found 20 or people to take a 12 month learn and reduce challenge you would see amazing differences.
Shut the front door! I have done weight watchers for years and lost lbs! All of my weight loss has been a LIE. Chemicals are minimal compared to the health issues your extra weight would have caused……blood pressure, cholesterol, diabetes, joint issues to name but a few…good job! The Benbrook link is not a strong argument because they did not take into account yield.
There are other arguments out there, but this one should not be used. I was just perusing your entries and noticed that you teach readers to distrust a lot of specific brands and restaurants.
I want to be sceptical when choosing my diet. What kind of experience and qualifications do you have? It was a wonderful program that taught me about a balanced diet and portion control, and to this day I still have the guide and points calculator! For the past 5 years I have been living in Chile, a country with a great selection of vitamin rich fruits and veggies the food here is actually more nutritious than other parts of the world because of the amazing nutrient rich soils and very little processed food.
What does that mean? It means that correlation was demonstrated when they gave a survey to some people cohort. Anything that comes prepackaged and in the freezer section contains a lot of sodium. I always remember what I learned in school about people at sea for long periods of time, they canned their food but were getting sick because the food would spoil.
Look at a box of Lean Pockets, everything on the label is low…except sodium. Without a preservative food spoils quicker. I think I made sense but probably not lol. Processed food in India is getting more and more in recent times. It is really scary to see the long list of chemicals in the food. Hope they have listed everything. But consumer have a choice — Reject processed food, stick to food as close as possible to the natural form.
Never went for weight watchers but always ate whole grain cereals and fresh fruit , cottage cheese, some honey for my mid day meal and never worried about weight gain. I need some information on Medifast. Any good information on it. I would like a friend to get off of it and back to real food. I lost weight with weight watchers. I have kept most of it off. No one requires members to eat their foods. I did eat a lot of processed food then, worst was Cool Whip and Healthy Choice meals.
I learned that I lost much better with real food. I purchase it DRY and add water and it is similar in texture to oatmeal…. I understand the concern regarding unnecessary chemicals in processed food and do agree we need to read labels.
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